US Census Form D-262 of 23 June 2009 indicates who is eligible for employment as a census taker.
To be eligible for the job, non-citizens are eligible if they present One Each from Lists A, or B, plus one from C.
List A is the toughest:
US passport (expired or unexpired)
Permanent Resident or Alien Registration Card
Unexpired foreign passport
Employment Authorization Document
Form I-766, I-688, I-688A, I-688B
Then there’s List B:
Drivers License or state-issued ID
ID card issued by local, state, or federal government School ID
Voters Registration Card
US military ID or draft card
Military dependent’s ID Card
Merchant Mariner’s Card
Native Indian tribal document
Canadian Driver’s License
And here’s List C:
US Social Security Card
Certificate of Foreign Birth or Original Foreign Birth Certificate
Native American tribal document
US Citizenship Card I-197
Unexpired employment document from US Dept. of Homeland Security.
Also, there’s a really tough “test” which you can keep retaking until you pass. Example question: “Multiply the numbers below:” 1.5 X 6.3 =
So, if you are an illegal living in any of the big Blue states, like NY, MA, or CA, you can work for the Census by presenting a drivers license or state ID or “school ID” or Social Security Card (all issued to illegals by these states) or any other combination and presto! You now work for pay for the US Government and can participate in the process that reapportions the House of Representative and federal money. That ACORN will be supervising the census in the deep Blue cities is just a bonus.
“For more information, call 1-800-861-2010”
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